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McDonald's worker who hacked into emails between Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber jailed for 12 months - Telegraph

McDonald's worker who hacked into emails between Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber jailed for 12 months  - Telegraph | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
A McDonald's worker who hacked into the Facebook page of Selena Gomez and threatened to publish personal emails between the star and boyfriend Justin Bieber has been jailed for 12 months.
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All Aboard HE - Digital Literacies Skills 

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A treasure trove of digital literacies skills information. Includes reports and the famous digital skills map. 
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Google - My Activity

Google - My Activity | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
Find and see your search history, browsing history, and other activity that's saved to your Google Account in My Activity. You’re in control of this data and can easily delete activity from your account.
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A way to delete some search history but not complete control. 
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Why did my satirical article about racism lead to me being banned from Facebook?

Why did my satirical article about racism lead to me being banned from Facebook? | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
A few weeks ago, when the computer AlphaGo beat the (human) Go world champion, some of the more sensationalist media commentators asked whether one day computers would overtake humans entirely, and perhaps even enslave us. I remember standing in the kitchen of my flat, laughing at the sci-fi absurdity of this idea - little suspecting that within days I would be wondering whether the Algorithmic Tyranny was already underway, and whether free and open political discussion had already become its victim.
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Useful to talk about censorship and control of your data.  The orginal piece is here http://overheard.liketodiscover.com/this-guys-hilarious-anti-racist-message-has-gone-totally-viral-on-facebook/
  
 


Useful to talk about censorship and control of your data.  The orginal piece is here http://overheard.liketodiscover.com/this-guys-hilarious-anti-racist-message-has-gone-totally-viral-on-facebook/
  
 

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Social media and mental health: 'We are more than our profile pictures'

Social media and mental health: 'We are more than our profile pictures' | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
A Facebook post from Amber Smith spurred a much needed online conversation about anxiety, mental health and the reality of social media.
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This seems to be a growing area of digital health (another digital literacy)
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Are we innovation ready?

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An interesting position paper from San Jose State, not sure of the date but I'm guessing 2013/14 because of the Mooc references.  This does have relevancy in UK, not the Moocs but the concepts behind readying universities in changing to meet the needs of society.  In particular the references to styles of learning and delivery. UK quality assurance processes ensure that what we do with new technologies and processes should mean that we enhanc existing practices.  Worth a read for ideas on how to adapt to your country context. 

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UCISA Social Media Toolkit - a practical guide for achieving benefits and managing risk

This Toolkit stems from growing interest in the use of social media within the UCISA community. With institutional stakeholders looking increasingly to their information services departments for support in this area, our members sought a reference guide to help them answer a range of questions on related topics. More than that, however, they were seeking practical, contextual examples of use that would inspire others within their institution to take advantage of the affordances of a set of tools that offer new forms of engagement and ways to enhance many aspects of everyday business practice. We would like to thank the numerous UCISA colleagues, and others within the wider higher education community, who have contributed to the production of this Toolkit by providing examples and reviewing content. We hope the examples given here will encourage many more of you to try new approaches to supporting core university functions via social media tools.

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Great new resource with clear sections and useful information.  It was very nice of them to acknowledge everyones contributions.  

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The Digital Talent Gap

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report  digital skills development and implementation for organisations 

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App Recommendations for Mobile Devices

App Recommendations for Mobile Devices | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
Classroom Apps Find educational apps for iPads, Chromebooks, Androids and Laptops but first start with a learning objective in mind.
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I love this. You can select what you want to do, which platform and then the apps are selected for you. There are some that are not there but it is a good starting point for people unsure what to do. I wish JISC resources were designed in this way (ie toolkits!) 

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Open_Badges_Presentation_-_General.pdf

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If you have to give a presentation to your team use this freely available one from Mozilla.  They've done the work for you. 

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Fiona Harvey's curator insight, November 15, 2015 1:27 PM

Great presentation pre prepared for you by Mozilla on Open Badges 

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Top 10 Free Timeline Creation Tools For eLearning Professionals - eLearning Industry

Top 10 Free Timeline Creation Tools For eLearning Professionals - eLearning Industry | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
Want to know how to create eLearning timelines for free? Check the Top 10 Free Timeline Creation Tools for eLearning professionals.
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Great list of timeline tools.  I didn't know most of them which is great!  

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Infographic: Why visual content is better than text

Infographic: Why visual content is better than text | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
Did you know that it's 50 times easier to get a video to rank on the first page of Google than other content types? Here's why visuals are an important part of any content strategy.
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Great infographic on visuals being more effective than text - useful for developing communication skills (even though this has been designed for marketing) 

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Free Technology for Teachers: 11 Helpful Hints for Combining Google Drive With Symbaloo

Free Technology for Teachers: 11 Helpful Hints for Combining Google Drive With Symbaloo | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
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Such a great idea, worth doing as it solved a problem of finding things in all those files I've saved

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Anonymous is building a site to kill Facebook

Anonymous is building a site to kill Facebook | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
A new social network, backed by Anonymous, hopes to take on Facebook and the other social media giants with a commitment to privacy, security and transparency about how posts are promoted.
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Watch this space. Good for privacy.
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Digital selves, digital scholars: Theorising academic identity in online spaces | Hildebrandt | Journal of Applied Social Theory

Digital selves, digital scholars: Theorising academic identity in online spaces | Hildebrandt | Journal of Applied Social Theory | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
Digital selves, digital scholars: Theorising academic identity in online spaces
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Nice up to date paper on academic identity and how it is part of our everyday lives too.
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"As the digital world becomes enmeshed with our physical world, identities become public by default, and this can have disastrous consequences for those whose digital identities are deemed socially unacceptable. For scholars, considerations of public identity are especially critical, as academia functions in many ways as a reputational economy (Willinsky, 2010). Thus, while concerns over digital footprint are widespread amongst the general population, they become particularly pressing for academics, but avoiding digital spaces entirely is increasingly a non-viable option as institutions of higher education expand into digital domains. As well, there are many affordances made possible by various forms of digital scholarship (Veletsianos and Kimmons, 2012). Many scholars are therefore tasked with the necessity of navigating a digital culture that is quick to judge and reluctant to forgive. In this paper, we theorise the ontological foundations of (digital) identity in order to better understand the complexity of academics’ online participation. 

 We explore the conceptualization of identity as fixed and unitary or as a coherent whole from which we might select ‘acceptable identity fragments’ to present in public online spaces (Kimmons and Veletsianos, 2014). Then, employing a poststructural lens, we theorise the effects of such a modernist epistemology on digital identity and scholarship, including the repercussions of seeing identity as fixed, unitary, and controllable on diverse digital phenomena: cultural hysteria around the permanence of digital footprints; a decreased collective capacity for forgiveness as we lose the ability to forget past misdeeds (Ambrose, Friess, and Van Matre, 2012); increasing occurrences of cybervigilantism in response to acts taken out of context (Ronson, 2015). Finally, we theorise the possibilities and challenges offered by a reimagining of digital selfhood in poststructural terms, as fluid, never complete, and conferring a constrained agency."
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DigComp 2.0: The Digital Competence Framework for Citizens. Update Phase 1: the Conceptual Reference Model. - EU Science Hub - European Commission

DigComp 2.0: The Digital Competence Framework for Citizens. Update Phase 1: the Conceptual Reference Model. - EU Science Hub - European Commission | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
DigComp 2.0: The Digital Competence Framework for Citizens. Update Phase 1: the Conceptual Reference Model. - EU Science Hub
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Extremely thorough and now updated digital competence framework. Useful for setting up skills and development of digital skills.  
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the-futures-digital.pdf

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An interesting aspect of digital health.  Mental Health networks and how they use technology to communicate.  
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Quick Rubric

Quick Rubric | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
Quick Rubric – FREE, fast and simple rubric creator

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Looks really useful.  Can add into Pathbrite easily too. 

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Isabel García's curator insight, March 24, 5:04 AM

A useful template for creating rubrics.

Natasha Georgiou's curator insight, March 26, 11:29 PM

A useful template for creating rubrics.

Curatorially Yours's curator insight, April 4, 4:54 AM

This rubric generator looks like a good tool to create rubrics in a hurry. Definitely one to explore:

This rubric generator looks like a good tool to create rubrics in a hurry. Definitely one to explore!

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U of California faculty members object to new email monitoring

U of California faculty members object to new email monitoring | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
U of California professors object to new system -- installed secretly -- to monitor emails and use of computer networks. University cites security needs and pledges to protect privacy.
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Privacy issue or security. Either way should be open and transparent the intention of the use of the monitoring - to prevent or to catch people out. Not very supportive if the latter. Prevention is better than cure. 

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E-portfolios | Jisc

E-portfolios | Jisc | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
Guidance and examples of organisational experience on choosing, implementing and using e-portfolios, supplemented by a range of case studies and multimedia resources.
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Extremely comprehensive guide to ePortfolios.  Loads of information that can used to explore the use of eportfolios as well as case studies, policies etc. Recent ,2014.

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Accenture-Being-Digital-Workforce-2015-Report.pdf

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Some good stuff here. How digital is your leadership?  Lead from the top. This report also includes benefits of digital including what employees think.  There is also a reference to moocs as being a 'new way of learning' not really.  The model we have seen proliferating isn't new, its a broadcast model.  They are right to look at it though as it could lead to change. Worth reading, not very long with useful highlights.  

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EDiNA: Social Media Best Practice Surgery

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Great resource, need to keep it updated though.  

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Research on Twitter and Microblogging

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All the research on Twitter that you'd ever need via Danah Boyds Twitter Collection
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Elizabeth E Charles's curator insight, August 9, 2015 8:29 AM

All the research on Twitter that you'd ever need via Danah Boyds Twitter Collection

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Reverse Image Promotion- What To Do When you are Not Given Due Credit?

Reverse Image Promotion- What To Do When you are Not Given Due Credit? | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
As a blogger, my main aim is to provide quality content and leads so that I can reach out to as many people as possible. To achieve this goal, for every content we work on, we need to focus on two things: First, it should have good information and could also be interactive and interesting.
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Useful technique for sourcing images and correctly citing their use. You can also see the technique for finding out who is using your images.  

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Elizabeth E Charles's curator insight, August 4, 2015 2:05 PM

Useful technique for sourcing images and correctly citing their use. You can also see the technique for finding out who is using your images.  

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Every Student Should Have A Digital Portfolio

Every Student Should Have A Digital Portfolio | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it
“By Tom Vander Ark - Well-designed learner digital portfolios provide students an opportunity to chart their growth and tell their story.”
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Lovely article with explanations and links to further resources. Interesting read
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instantly capture the wisdom of your crowd with instavibe

instantly capture the wisdom of your crowd with instavibe | Digital Literacies information sources | Scoop.it

Pulse audiences for free using mobile devices: from a group of friends to hundreds at events. Watch results appear instantly and share them easily. Zero setup, it's a web app.


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Looks like this will be fun - you ask the question out loud and they provide their responses on their devices which appear on the big screen.  I like that.  Things to consider, you can't really add text - just select numbers, yes/no and average.  You can add text for a question if you wanted to but needs some thought to ensure discussion

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, June 2, 2015 5:02 AM

This looks like a great tool to make lectures and classes more interactive.

elearning at eCampus ULg's curator insight, June 3, 2015 8:34 AM

Interesting, will certainly test it ...

 

Katja Bier's curator insight, June 3, 2015 9:38 AM

Definitely will try this!